Treasury Management: Tools and Techniques for Countering Financial Risks

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Kogan Page Publishers, 1999 - Business enterprises - 167 pages
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Treasury management activities are undertaken in all organizations. However, the increasing number of risks faced by organizations today has warranted many to develop a specialized treasury department to counteract them.

Treasury Management describes the responsibilities the treasury manager will hold within such a department and the wide range of products and techniques now available to counter financials risks. These can often be highly technical-in an area where rapid response can be crucial, effective management tools are vital.

Treasury Management provides a comprehensive overview of all the issues involved, including:

-Sources of Finance;
-Capital Structure;
-Dividend Policy;
-Management of interest rate risk;
-Currency risk management and exchange risk relationships.

Easy to read, understand and apply, Treasury Management enables these activities and more to be understood by finance specialists and non-financial managers, as well as students on CIMA, ICA and other finance and accounting courses.

 

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Contents

Sources of finance 1
10
Sources of finance 2
25
Capital structure
43
Dividend policy
67
Working capital management
78
Management of interest rate risk
105
Currency risks
118
Exchange risk relationships
132
Summary
143
References
163
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About the author (1999)

John Ogilvie is a senior lecturer at the School of Finance and Management, Worthy Down. He specializes in financial reporting and financial management for both the public and private sectors.

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